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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines from April 29

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (April 30, 1920)

  • Vote for Johnson!: Santa Clara Hiram Johnson Club, with Over 100 Members, in Active Campaign
  • Huge Hiram Johnson Primary Election Victory a Sure Thing in California: His Accomplished Record as Governor of California Lauded
  • Californians! Do Your Duty:  Vote in May 4th Primary Election
  • Women Voters Line-Up Solidly for Californian: San Jose Has Strong ‘Women for Johnson’ Club
  • Baptists Fully Organized: Will Raise Big Fund: Notable Men in 34 States Lead Drive to Raise $100,000,000 Nationwide: C.W. Haman Leads Local Area Drive
  • Prunes in the Air: Rex Theatre Records a Triumph in Putting Santa Clara Valley on the Movie Map: Our Beautiful Prune Region Filmed

 

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (April 29, 1970)

  • 150 ‘Earth Day’ Demonstrators Stage Brief, Peaceful Anti-Pollution Protest at Owens Corning Fiberglas: Glass Bottle Blowers Union Head Denies Protestors Gripes About Owens Corning Plant
  • Juan Cabrillo Intermediate School Students Participate in Environmental Program: ‘God Made It, Let’s Save It’
  • Annual City-wide Clean-Up Coming
  • Citizens Advisory Committee Lauds City Council for Approving Resolution Supporting Establishment of Consumer Affairs Agency Within County Weights & Measures Dept.
  • SCUSD to Hold First Annual Student Film Festival
  • SCUSD Dress Code Watered Down at Thursday Meeting
  • Despite California Teachers Association Objection, School Board Approves 179 School Days Calendar Running from September 14th to June 17th
  • ‘Walk for Development’ Set for Sunday in Central Park: Hopes to Raise $20,000 for Housing and Hunger Relief Projects
  • Duc Elliot North-of-Bayshore Townhouse Development Project Goes to City Council Tuesday for Approval
  • Renoir, Monet, Picasso Art Work Coming to Santa Clara for Triton Museum Exhibit
  • Sitar Virtuoso Ravi Shankar to Appear at West Valley College During Art Festival
  • Santa Clarans Ignore Rape Victim’s Knock on Their Doors: Victim Had to Flag Down Police Car to Get Help
  • Santa Clara University Law School Students Rank First in Statewide Moot Court Competition Held in Los Angeles
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